Ibis Warszawa Centrum

Address: Aleja Solidarnosci 165, Warsaw, Central Poland, 00-876, Poland | 2 star hotel
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This 2 star hotel, located on Aleja Solidarnosci 165, Warsaw, is near Warsaw Rising Museum, The Royal Way, Fragment of Ghetto Wall, and Grzybowski Square.
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        Travel Blogs from Warsaw

        A morning of catching up

        A travel blog entry by csgrtadventure on Oct 11, 2015

        4 comments, 28 photos

        ... other end. Turned out her husband couldn't pick her up so she was taking a taxi home and she had remembered where I was staying and that it was my first visit to Warsaw. My hotel was on the way, "would I like to share a ride?"
        It was about 8pm by the time I got to my room. Very nice... Going down for a bite to eat a while later, I learned that the big soccer game between Ireland and ...

        Warsaw stories

        A travel blog entry by laceys.log on Aug 30, 2015

        1 comment, 27 photos

        ... hands at 11.15 and each day at that time a trumpet sounds in memory. In the winter of 1944 castle workers managed to smuggle 300 artefacts out of the ruins including bits of wood panelling, paintings (notably the famous Canaletto collection) tapestries and other items. The remains were eventually levelled in 1944 when holes drilled previously (there is a photo showing some of them still in the cellars) were filled with dynamite and detonated – this ...

        Warsaw, Poland

        A travel blog entry by vpritchard on Jul 24, 2014

        We visited the All Saints Catholic Church
        Our tour guide's grandfather's brother was a priest there. There were only 3 priests there during the war. These priests risked their lives to smuggle food to fix for people who came in, including Jews. They allowed the Jewish children to play in the courtyard during the day. Children were the biggest smugglers of food. Children 12 and under could sneak out. The children were easier to hide. Food was very expensive when it could be purchased. I ...


        A travel blog entry by mrsdbrowning on Mar 27, 2014

        1 comment, 64 photos

        ... and the entire dinner was served and eaten in complete darkness. It was an interesting experience, although I would not do it again. I realized how much of a meal is visual.

        We ate a lot of fish and beef. We did have one vegetarian in our group, and she always got a lot of cheese in her main dish.

        Warsaw...honouring the past

        A travel blog entry by roamingpirate on Aug 01, 2013

        14 photos

        ... and for a party afterwards so we were getting all dressed up for the evening out. Because today is August 1st however, we had to stop what we were doing in order to remember those who fell during the Warsaw Uprising. The uprising began on August 1st, 1944, when those who were left in Warsaw heard that the allies were approaching and that Germany was starting to suffer major battles. The Polish people did not want the allies to ...